FESTIVALS OBS-EBVIB IK HATHTOJu 17$ 15. Temple of Baladeva, near the Hardinge Arcbj built by Bald, Ahir, a servant of Seth Laldimi Chand, as a dwe!Iiug-liouse5 about the year 1820, at a cost of Bs. 50,000, and sold to Rae Bal, a baniya's wife, -who converted it into a temple. 16. Temple of Mohan Jiin the Satghara Makalla, built jabont 70, years ago by Kripa B&m, Bohra ; more commonly known as Daakala Knnj, after the Cbaube who was the founder's pnrohit. 17. Temple of Madan Mohan, in the Asikimda Mahaila, built by Dhanraj^ Bohra, of Aligarh. 18. Temple of Gobardhan Nath? in the Kans-kMr, built by Devi Das, Bohra? of UraL 19. Temple of Dirgha Vishnu, by the street leading to the Bharat-piir gate, built by Baja Fatni Mall of Banaras. 20. The Sati Burj, or 6 faithful widow's tower,5 built by Raja Bhagavoa Das in 1570. 21. The mosque of Abd-un-Xabi Khan, built 1662. 22. The mosque of AuraMgzeb, built 1669, on the site of the temple of Kesava Deva. IV.—CALEBBAB OF FESTIVALS OBSEEVSD IN THE CITY OF MATHUK!* CJioxt Sudi (April 1-15). 1. CMU Sudi 8.—Bnrga" Ashtami. Held at the temple of Mahavidya Devi 2. Cheat Sudi 9.—Bam NaTami Held at the Bim Ji Dw&ra. Sawdkk (April—May). 3. Saisdkk Sudi 14.—Far Sioh Ml£ Held at Gor-p§ra, Manik Chauk3 and the temple of Bwirakadhis. 4. BaisdkhfuU moon.—Perambulation of Mathmr^, called Ban-bihar, start- ing from the Visrant Ghat; the only one made in the night. 5. Jeth Sudi 10.—The Jeth Basahara. In the middle of the day, bath* ing at the Dasasyamedli Ghat; in the evening kite-lying from the Gokarnes- Y-ar hill. 6. Jeth full moon.—-Jal-jtitra* All the principal people bring the water for the ablution of the god into the temples on their own shoulders im little silver urns.